Cat. No. 2398
Chemical Name: 5-[[[3-(4,4-Diphenyl-1-piperidinyl)
Biological ActivitySubtype-selective α1A-adrenoceptor antagonist that displays > 600-fold selectivity over other adrenoceptors (Kivalues are 0.35, 220, 370, 540, 800 and 1200 nM for α1A, α1B, α2C, α1D, α2B and α2A subtypes respectively and 540 nM for L-type Ca2+ channels). Inhibits noradrenalin-induced contractions in rabbit vascular and lower urinary tissues.
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Kava et al (1998) α1L-adrenceptor mediation of smooth muscle contraction in rabbit bladder neck: a model for lower urinary tract tissues of man. Br.J.Pharmacol. 123 1359. PMID: 9579731.
Leonardi et al (1997) Pharmacological characterization of the uroselective alpha-1 antagonist Rec 15-2739 (SB 216469): role of the alpha-1L adrenoceptor in tissue selectivity, Part I. J.Pharmacol.Exp.Ther. 281 1272. PMID: 9190863.
Wetzel et al (1995) Discovery of α1a-adrenergic receptor antagonists based on the L-type Ca2+ channel antagonist niguldipine. J.Med.Chem. 38 1579. PMID: 7752182.
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